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  1. Nice detailed step-by-step instructions on moving calendar and contacts into ownCloud from Google services.
  2. This is the most important thing I've read about Android in a very long time. "Android is open — except for all the good parts."
  3. Interesting argument, but seems pretty obviously wrong.
    updated: 2012-06-30, original: 2012-06-30 to , , , , , , , - Archived Link
  4. This has been in my vision of the future for at least 15 years.
  5. Is Sony is the first company to put something like this up for its phones? Really?
  6. "It will happen sooner or later, you will have to start your Nexus One after the battery will have died or after changing the SIM or SD-card. Without the power button, it would seem impossible, but you can! The trick is to connect the phone via USB to a power source (a charger or computer) and then to remove and insert the battery successively, after a while (5-10 insertions) "the device will get confuse and will start. This tip came from Karno, a user from the Nexus One Help forum. I would advise you to always keep a USB cable with you, it will help to borrow a USB port to recharge your phone or restart it if you need to.
  7. Syummary: Everybody sues everybody.
  8. Non-Android interface to the Android market? Sorta? I really just want to limit to applications that are free software!
  9. "Scripts can be run interactively in a terminal, started as a long running service, or started via Locale. Python, Lua and BeanShell are currently supported, and we're planning to add Ruby and JavaScript support, as well."
  10. Matt Porter's presentation about the ways that Android is *really* not GNU/Linux
  11. Google clobbers Cyanogen's modded builds. Interesting. This article has both good links to all the key points and articles and good commentary
  12. Wikitravel, on your phone!
  13. 2009-05-28 to , , , - Archived Link
  14. Ironically, I only know about this applications (which I now plan to use) because it was taken out of the story and got a lot of press.
  15. Via Marcell: "And, a PC World story quoted company CEO Jonney Shih at the Garmin-Asus press conference in Taipei, Taiwan, saying that the companies are considering offering Nuvifone smartphones with different OS platforms, specifically mentioning Linux, Google's Linux-based Android, and Windows Mobile."
    2009-02-09 to , , , - Archived Link

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